Give Ryerson (X) University Students the Option to Continue Online

Give Ryerson (X) University Students the Option to Continue Online

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Ryerson (X) Students started this petition to Ryerson University (University)

In the new year of January 2022, the students of X University are being told that the majority of courses will be returning back to campus. This means that most courses which began online, will be required to resume in person. Students do not have a say as to whether they’d like to continue online or not.

Amidst the pandemic, students all over the globe that have taken the opportunity to partake in the great programs X University, international students that went back home for the pandemic for their families and those who may not be able to return back to the university are now faced with the problem that X University will be expecting their in person presence in 2022. In many cases and departments, X does not provide online classes, thus not even giving alternative classes to take. This loss of choice is a rapidly growing issue, requiring students to go back in person is a problem for many as so there is a large uncertainty with current students schedules.

The students of X University didn’t know if or when they would go back. Most students have commitments and schedules made and this sudden switch affects schedules that are now forced to rapidly change. Safety has also been a very large concern for most, this new policy grants no care or respect to those who are immune compromised and uncomfortable with going back in person. Reducing exposure has been the main concern during this entire pandemic, so lets keep it that way.

Not everyone will have the ability to return in person, and X University is doing their students a great disservice by stripping away the choice to continue online on such short notice. This petition will serve as a voice and a way to help students worldwide.

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